LED Rave Gloves, EmazingLights’ answer to glow sticks

If you’re one of those people who like cutting shapes whilst waving glow sticks in the middle of a nightclub you’re most likely going to love the news we have for you today. It appears there is a new trend of club dancing and it’s being called Gloving where instead of glow sticks being waved in the air a pair of LED gloves are worn whilst raving.

Today we have news of a new set of these gloves from a company called EmazingLights who has announced their new Rave Gloves. At first these gloves look like regular cotton ones but they are equipped with LED and once turned on they provide a visual spectacle.

With these Rave Gloves another dimension is added to the various dance techniques which dancers are already capable of performing in a club. There are three types of gloves from the company called Flinstoned, Bunny and Skittles, and the battery life of each allows you to rave for up to ten hours.

If you’re interested in buying a set of these gloves their costs range from $44.99 to $55.99. The company also has a range of accessories available including a Rave Mask. Check out the video we have provided below, courtesy of YouTube for a glimpse of the Rave Gloves in action.

Will you be raving with a pair these gloves from EmazingLights?

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Written by Chris Cook

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